Student Thesaurus

One entry found for have.
Entry Word: have
Function: verb
Text: 1 to keep, control, or experience as one's own <Aunt Chloe has 31 pairs of red shoes>
Synonyms command, enjoy, hold, occupy, own, possess, retain
Related Words keep, reserve, withhold; bear, carry; boast, show off, sport
Near Antonyms abandon, cede, disclaim, disown, hand over, relinquish, renounce, surrender, yield; discard, dump; decline, reject, repudiate, spurn; need, require
Antonyms lack, want
2 to agree to receive whether willingly or reluctantly <I agreed to have the job of calling everybody on the phone> <asked her to marry him, but she would not have him> -- see TAKE 2
3 to bring forth from the womb <her grandmother had 11 children> -- see BEAR 1
4 to cause to believe what is untrue <he'd been had --the painting was a fake, and he never saw the "art dealer" or his money again> -- see DECEIVE
5 to come to a knowledge of (something) by living through it <had a great time at the party> <had three operations on her leg> -- see EXPERIENCE
6 to give permission for or to approve of <I will not have any more nonsense> -- see ALLOW 1
7 to influence someone with a bribe <the guard at the gate would not be had, no matter what anyone offered to pay him to let them join the celebrity gala> -- see BRIBE
8 to keep in one's mind or heart <I have never had an unkind thought for him> <do you have an opinion?> -- see HARBOR 1